During a photo op with Congressman Curt Weldon and his family in the oval office, President Ronald Reagan is ‘photobombed’ by Weldon’s youngest son on September 14, 1987. Weldon was a ten-year member of the United States House of Representatives representing Pennsylvania.
Reagan Photobombed by Boy, 1987
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